BIM

BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a revolutionary process of digital design of buildings or infrastructure objects, allowing to create and manage all building information throughout all its life cycles – from the initial concept of the project to its demolition.

The BIM model includes a digital model of the building, its spatial correlation to the environment, geographic information, all architectural, construction and engineering system solutions of the building, quantities of elements and materials and their quality parameters, including energy indicators.

BIM offers not only the 2D dimension (two-dimensional design, projections), but also 3D (three-dimensional design, model), 4D (imaging of the model in time), 5D (design of the quantitative model, mostly expenses), and nD (object life cycle, management and maintenance of the building). I.e. the BIM technology allows you to build the 3D model virtually in time, analyze it through various cross-sections (structural, energy, lightning analysis, etc.) and use the obtained data for organizing construction operations (3D + construction schedule = 4D) and for calculation of construction costs (5D).

We employ advanced software for the design of buildings and projects, i.e. software packages Autodesk Building Design Suite Premium (AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD MEP, AutoCAD Structural Detailing, Autodesk Showcase, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max Design, Autodesk Navisworks Simulate, Autodesk Raster Design, Autodesk ReCAP) and Autodesk Building Design Suite Ultimate (AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD MEP, AutoCAD Structural Detailing, Autodesk Showcase, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max Design, Autodesk Navisworks Manager, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk InfraWorks, Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional).

The software helps to implement more complex architectural solutions easier, to design complex buildings faster and with greater accuracy.

The BIM design system also allows carrying out extensive energy, construction cost and other analyses during design, thus selecting the optimal solutions to achieve the construction goals.